Winter Trail over Thomson's Pass

"The Winter Trail over Thomson's Pass is a scene of busy activity when weather conditions are favorable for travel. Freight can be much easier handled on the winter trail than by wagon or pack animals in summer". Published ca. 1919 by the H-H-T Co. The correct spelling is Thompson's Pass, through which the Richardson Highway now climbs to 2,678 feet.

Horse and dog teams crossing Thompson Pass, Alaska in the winter, ca. 1919.